Arlington Travel Baseball (ATB) is a 501(c)3 non-profit youth baseball organization that provides an opportunity for players ages 9-14U to acquire superior skills through higher levels of competition.
ATB is seeking head and assistant coaches who have a passion for the game and want to join a “winning” team. Ideally, we are in search of former college baseball players who want to teach the game they grew up playing.
Coaches will be compensated a competitive wage and required to pass a background check. Coaching experience is a plus but not required and training is available as needed. Coaches will report to the Director of Player Development, who will set team goals and assist with practice plans and specific skills development.
Typical responsibilities include:
- Manage the day to day field activities of the team. Teaching relevant skills, tactics and techniques
- Arrive on time and have a practice plan for each practice
- Lead the team at all regular season, playoff and tournament games
- Coach in a positive manner (Coaches will have coach of conduct form)
- Communicate with Team General Manager with administrative needs of team
- Prepare the players for the physical and mental challenges of competitive baseball
- Identify player strengths and weaknesses and provide progress reports at end of summer season
- Attend annual tryouts in July
If you’re interested or know someone who might be please contact us at [email protected] or call 703-801-6297.
DC Bike Ride will be back on May 16, with 20 miles of car-free roads, monumental views, great music and delicious snacks along the course.
Every year, the Ride attracts thousands of riders in a lifetime cycling adventure through the nation’s capital.
With a course designed for all ages and riding abilities, DC Bike Ride became the biggest celebration of cycling in D.C. by offering a unique experience to its participants. Besides a course full of D.C.’s famous landmarks and rest stops with local music and food, the Ride offers photo stations along the way, and a finish festival to keep the party going.
As a recreational event, DC Bike Ride is meant for everyone. And if you don’t have a bike or don’t want to transport yours to the start line, the Rent & Ride program offers convenience at an affordable price.
DC Bike Ride is also committed to positively impact the local community by supporting local nonprofits initiatives and creating the Sponsor-A-Rider Program for participants who can’t afford the registration fee.
Are you ready to enjoy life on two wheels? REGISTER NOW!
Date: May 16 at 8 a.m.
Location: West Potomac Park (121 West Basin Drive SW | Washington, D.C.)
Address: 2206 N. Nelson Street
Open: Saturday, February 15 & Sunday, February 16 from 1-3 p.m.
This lovely rambler with a large, private backyard in sought-after historic Maywood has been updated throughout with new paint, flooring, lighting, renovated baths, brand-new stainless kitchen appliances and quartz counters, new high-efficiency washer and dryer, and so much more.
This home is move-in ready and located on a rare 1/3-acre lot offering plenty of space to expand in the future.
The main level features the updated kitchen, large living room with gas fireplace, separate dining room, master bedroom with en-suite bath, two additional bedrooms, a second bath, and hardwood floors. A comfortably finished lower level offers a rec room with a second gas fireplace, wet-bar and new carpet. Three additional rooms (to use as bedrooms, office, workout or craft rooms), a huge storage room and a full bath complete the picture.
Just a short two-block walk to Cherrydale shopping and dining, a 5-minute walk to ART and Metro Bus stops, and a 6-minute drive to Clarendon Metro and nightlife, this is the perfect home in a spectacular location!
For more photos, details and an interactive floor plan visit 2206NelsonSt.com.
Address: 888 N. Quincy Street #1701
Neighborhood: The Residences at Liberty Center (Ballston)
Open: Sunday, February 16 from 1-4 p.m.
This 17th story corner unit features dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows and an amazing layout.
Enter the unit through a curved hallway that opens up to your main living area. The kitchen is equipped with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar.
At 1,183 square feet, the floor plan provides plenty of space for a living room, dining room and breakfast bar setup. The owner’s suite consists of a large bedroom with a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom with a dual sink vanity, shower and separate tub. The second bedroom and second full bathroom are conveniently located on the opposite side of the living space. One parking spot and extra storage convey.
The Residences at Liberty Center is a luxurious community with 24-hour concierge, a rooftop pool, rooftop gym and amazing views of D.C. The building is conveniently located just two blocks from Ballston Quarter and it is within three blocks of two Metro stops.
Dr. Peter has a lot in common with his patients. He likes kayaking, rock climbing, playing outdoors, and watching soccer and basketball on TV.
What Dr. Peter does not have in common with his patients is his age: Dr. Peter Markov, a member of the National Dental Honor Society and a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, is a grownup, and his patients are children — all of them.
Dr. Peter is the founder and pediatric dentist at the brand new VK Pediatric Dentistry on Lee Highway, between Yorktown and High View Park neighborhoods. Being brand new means the office boasts the latest in dental technology, but in addition, the modern sun-filled office is intentionally designed to be comfortable and welcoming to children. It’s also fun and, of course, kid-friendly for all ages from infants to teens.
Grownups — i.e., parents — love VK Pediatric Dentistry too. VK Pediatric Dentistry offers many things they enjoy, including free covered parking, online scheduling, text and email appointment reminders, accommodation for an expanded list of insurance carriers and a location convenient from not just Arlington but most of Northern Virginia including the surrounding neighborhoods of McLean and Falls Church.
Not many parents know that pediatric dentists receive an additional two to three years of specialty training and have extensive knowledge of children’s dental health needs and growth development. Pediatric dentists receive training in advanced techniques and special dental materials as well.
Dr. Peter completed his specialty training at UPMC Children’s Hospital, a top 10 children’s hospital in the nation, and is proud to deliver top-of-the-line care for patients starting with their first baby teeth all the way up to their teen years.
“My goal is to raise a generation of kids who care about their dental health and are fearless in managing it,” he said. “With behavior guidance, nitrous oxide sedation and a staff that never stops smiling, we can usually get even the most nervous patients to have fun and accept care. We love kids and want them to have the best experience possible.”
Registration is open for the annual PNC Parkway Classic, hosted by Pacers Running.
The event, which draws thousands of runners from around the country, takes place Sunday, April 26 with an 8 a.m. start time.
An immediate favorite since it began in 1984, the PNC Parkway Classic is a rare opportunity for runners of all abilities to realize a dream come true: To run on the wide open pavement of the George Washington Memorial Parkway — no cars! — for 10 miles, 5K, or a family-sized Kids Dash (with a 10:30 a.m. start time).
The 10-mile course begins at historic Mount Vernon Estate; the 5K starts at Oronoco Bay; the Kids Dash kicks off at King Street in Old Town Alexandria. Along the way there are views of the fresh spring bloom aligning both sides of the highway and scenic vistas of the Potomac River which runs parallel to much of the course.
The 10 mile point to point race starts at Mt Vernon Estates and finishes at Oronoco Bay Park in Old Town (free shuttles available from D.C., Arlington and Alexandria). Enjoy the finish line party with Port City Brewing.
VIDA Fitness is expanding our family and opening our doors in Virginia!
Coming this spring, VIDA Ballston is our sixth location, and promises to offer all the exceptional and upscale amenities that members have come to expect over the years. VIDA has been voted the Best Gym in D.C. by Washington City Paper and The Washingtonian, and offers countless services to promote a healthy and happy lifestyle.
VIDA features state-of-the-art equipment, and boasts spacious weight room floors perfect for all types of strength work. We draw the best instructors in the D.C. area to drive results and engage members in hundreds of classes on our expansive group fitness schedule.
Between yoga, mat Pilates, barre, Zumba, Body Pump, and much much more, we have something that every member is sure to enjoy. Our dedicated staff of Personal Trainers are some of the best in the industry, and will work with you to create and design individual workout plans to help you achieve your goals.
All of our facilities feature luxurious locker rooms that are fully stocked to ensure you have everything you need to start your day, and leave the gym feeling refreshed. Relax in our steam rooms and saunas after your workout, and enjoy quality Bang Salon products to leave feeling nourished and restored.
Be sure to lock in our special Ballston introductory rate by the end of February, to take advantage of pricing that will never be this low again! You will receive discounted personal training, discounts off Aura spa services, access to SweatBox, and much more!
Visit www.vidaballston.com/ballstonlastcall today, and become the latest member of the VIDA family! We can’t wait to share the VIDA experience with you.
The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University is building on the school’s existing expertise in security studies (the Schar School is ranked No. 2 by U.S. News & World Report in this category) with a new Graduate Certificate in Strategic Trade.
Strategic trade policy implies a strategic relationship between firms, countries, and export control regimes. It includes arms control, nuclear nonproliferation, and a variety of national security issues plaguing all nation states.
“This program will help students pursue jobs in trade compliance, export controls, and dual-use trade controls in both the public and private realms,” said program director Kenneth Reinert, who also oversees the Schar School’s Master’s in International Commerce and Policy program.
“We designed the Graduate Certificate in Strategic Trade […] to position students for career success in a rapidly evolving global economy.”
Reinert founded the program along with professor Andrea Viski, founder and editor-in-chief of the Strategic Trade Review and founder and director of the Strategic Trade Research Institute.
The Graduate Certificate in Strategic Trade program is the ninth graduate certificate in the Schar School’s growing portfolio of top-ranked programs. Completion of the certificate requires five courses (15 credits), including one core course in Strategic Trade Controls, and the choice of four electives in a range of topics including nuclear nonproliferation, national security technology, illicit trade, arms control, and global trade relations.
Certificate programs are an increasingly popular credential to bolster a resume and navigate career changes and advancement. The Schar School’s certificate programs are designed to feed into the master’s degrees — certificate earners can count their five completed certificate courses towards their master’s degrees, saving time and tuition expenses.
No matter what industry you work in, technology is constantly changing. Companies are searching for candidates with new skillsets and experience with emerging technologies.
At Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center, adjacent to the West Falls Church Metro station, an administrative team manages more than 700 online graduate students looking to develop new skills and fill gaps on their resume.
Virginia Tech developed its #4 nationally-ranked Master of Information Technology program (VT-MIT) in 1999 in response to a request by the Commonwealth of Virginia to help meet the growing demand for employees in the information technology field.
Since then, the 100% online program has kept pace with changes in technology, in both course delivery and course options.
Working professionals from across the country are taking the online courses at their own pace and designing a degree that works for their individual goals, whether they are a seasoned IT professional or looking to shift into a tech career.
VT-MIT currently offers 11 areas of specialization, including analytics and business intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, health information technology and software development.
The program also offers six graduate certificate options for professionals that are not looking to pursue a full degree.
VT-MIT plans to continue adding new courses and graduate certificates that keep up with current trends in tech, particularly as the wider university takes on a central role in the cybersecurity ecosystem.
The university’s forthcoming Innovation Campus is expected to triple Virginia Tech’s footprint in the greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and become a magnet for leading tech talent, research and education.
For several years, Arlington-based tour operator TripUSAFrance has provided one of a kind, small-group visits to France, with company owner Julia Girard-Gervois and her father Stephane as personal tour guides.
The reviews on TripAdvisor are raves, with participants praising the authenticity of the experience, as Julia and Stephane introduce visitors to the scenery and people of their beloved and beautiful part of the world.
Julia has designed tours that take visitors — a pleasant maximum of 14 — to where other tours simply cannot go; the Montpellier native has created itineraries calling on her personal insights that take clients deep into the culture of the region — which means, no tourist traps. Julia leads visitors into Medieval cities, ancient castles and chateaux, wineries, beaches and markets and introduces clients to locals who enrich the experience.
The discounted nine-day South of France tour includes stops at out-of-the-way villages, Medieval castles and vineyards that Julia knows intimately. There are many fun activities as well including a leisurely lunch and wine cruise down the famous Canal du Midi, visiting a traditional ranch in the Camargue, and a picnic catered by Julia’s mother.
The eight-day tour of Normandy takes visitors to Stephane’s home region where you discover the magic of the north. The tidal island of Mont St. Michel, the port in Honfleur, and an in-depth tour of WW2 sites with a local expert are among the highlights. You will also be treated to cheese and calvados tastings at local farms and a dinner at the horse races. It goes without saying that on both tours, the culinary experiences are assured to be spectacular.
Making its mark in Ballston center is Origin, the newest residential tower featuring studio to two-bedroom residences. In particular, a variety of great one-bedroom floorplans are available right now to accommodate a range of lifestyles.
Walking into Origin´s residences feels serendipitous with its elevated level of finish and attention to detail that has gone into the design of every room.
The chef-inspired kitchens deliver high-end conveniences with its stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, Caesarstone quartz countertops, ceramic-tile backsplashes, under-cabinet task lighting and built-in pantries.
Bathrooms are designed to deliver the perfect energizing start to the day. Bathrooms feature quartz countertops with large illuminated vanity mirrors, plenty of under the sink storage space, Moen chrome fixtures and large format tile flooring.
Every home at Origin has extensive light-filled living areas with sustainable wood flooring and impressive views, but not every home is the same. Origin embraces each resident’s lifestyle with its extensive conveniences, options and upgrades. Residents can select from two interior finish packages in Pearl and Asher and may upgrade their apartments to include ample walk-in closets, floor-to-ceiling windows, patios and terraces, kitchen islands and more!
Origin has dedicated three floors to a bespoke collection of amenities that inspire residents to live their best lives. With extensive work/life amenities, Origin features a fitness center with top-of-the-line equipment, a work lounge with individual study rooms, 24 hr concierge service, a rooftop pool with cabanas and a private clubroom, a rentable entertainment space with a fireplace, and a dog spa along with a rooftop dog park and multiple indoor and outdoor entertainment areas.
Ready to live in Origin? Visit originballston.com and schedule your tour.
For a limited time Origin is offering ONE MONTH FREE to select move-ins before March 21.